Shweta Sahjwani

Shweta Sahjwani

Manager, Strategic Partnerships at Radix
Joined on September 2, 2013
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About

Shweta Sahjwani is actively involved in shaping the strategy and operations of Radix, a new gTLD applicant with 29 applications. Closely associated with Radix since its early days, Shweta has been instrumental in steering the organization through its various stages of policy making.

Currently in her second year at Radix, Shweta is a graduate of the Indian School of Business, where she majored in Strategy and Finance. Prior to this, she worked as an associate with Edelweiss Capital’s Principle Strategies Group in addition to being an entrepreneur and co-founder of an online crowd-funding platform – www.wishberry.in. Shweta also holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in Management and Commerce respectively from Mumbai University. Connect with Shweta on LinkedIn here.

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Reflections on EUI's New Community Priority Evaluation Guidelines for New gTLDs

The new Community Priority Evaluation (CPE) guidelines prepared by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), and published by ICANN are now past their feedback period. We, at Radix, believe that ICANN has received feedback from approximately 10 stakeholders, and I for one, am looking forward to those being published. In light of the fact that none of the comments that ICANN received have been made public yet, I decided to blog about my multiple concerns with the new guidelines. Sparing a thought for the not-so-involved reader, I have limited my rant to some of the more important issues. more»

Name Collision: Why ICANN Is Looking at It the Wrong Way (Part 1)

ICANN has, once again opened up a veritable can of worms, with their latest decision on the 'horrors' of Name Collision. While we are sure that ICANN and the Interisle Consulting Group have very good reason to make the decision that they have - delaying the delegation of several TLDs - we believe that the findings contained in Interisle's report do not give sufficient cause to delay the new gTLD program in the manner proposed by ICANN staff. more»